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out with sanctions in places like panama and serbia and afghanistan and iraq, indeed, did not succeed. so does senator hagel have a point there? >> well, there's no question that multilateral sanctions are far more effective when we began the process with iran. one of the amendments that i actually put into that process was to ensure that the sanctions we put in place were much -- multilateral, and what we didn't do was really hurt those people who are friends, the very companies and countries that are our allies, so there's no question that when we put sanctions in place, we need to do everything we can to make sure that they are multilateral. one of the reasons that i want to spend time with chuck hagel is i think as richard haass pointed out, there's been a lot of one-liners, if you will, that have been looked at, and i want to dig in and find out whether that really is chuck hagel's view of the world or whether we're taking these things out of context, but certainly i have concerns as we move forward. they're not disqualifying concerns, and, again, i think the meetings that i have
between these two. novak djokovic from serbia and murray from a little village in scotland. you wouldn't think there was much to bring them together, but they were born just a week apart and first crossed paths some 14 years ago as juniors on the boy's circuit. that's when they first played at the age of 12. and since then, their paths have crisscrossed throughout the tennis world and throughout the tennis calendar. they practice together quite often on tour and they have been known to play doubles together and now it is the big rivalry. it seems for years to come. djokovic blossomed earlier without doubt. he is looking for his fifth grand slam title here today. andy murray's second. but andy murray has definitely stepped up in the last six months with the olympic gold and with the u.s. open victory. of course, he now has lendal in his corner and that makes the difference. many people suggesting whatever the rankings say, djokovic is number one and murray is number three. whatever the rankings say, people saying whoever wins this match really does have a right to say that they're the b
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